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I don't think the news department will have to lie down and play dead like it has in the past. By and large the network has been understanding, but then so have I.
~By Roone Arledge ~


Every news organization should ideally be as broadly representative as possible.
~By Judy Woodruff ~


From that moment on, the newspaper became a highly lucrative investment for those with a talent for making money or for publishers wanting to gain a fortune.
~By Ferdinand Lassalle ~


I want to be an advocate for the people who don't have time to read the newspaper... or the money to make a political contribution.
~By Richard J. Codey ~


Newspaper men, perhaps more than any other class, are rated by ability.
~By Franklin Knight Lane ~


The establishment, the newspapers, they try to create something called Scottish literature, but when people are actually going to write, they are not going to necessarily prescribe to that, they'll write what they feel.
~By Irvine Welsh ~


It's gotten to the point where it's big news when I don't do a horror film.
~By Donald Pleasence ~


I've written thousands of stories, started hundreds of news cycles.
~By Matt Drudge ~


House passage is good news for the Northwest corner and our environment.
~By Nancy L. Johnson ~


Gail didn't want me commenting on the opinion pages. I was hired by the news department and, despite the rabid assertions of the Times' enemies and detractors, the two really have nothing to do with each other.
~By Daniel Okrent ~


It's my responsibility as a singer-songwriter to report the news.
~By John Mellencamp ~


Finally, I told them I'd drop out of the management program if they'd give me an entry-level job in the newsroom for union wages, about fifty dollars a week.
~By Andrea Mitchell ~


I thought about dying whenever I got bad news about other people.
~By Jonah Lomu ~


It's amazing that the amount of news that happens in the world every day always just exactly fits the newspaper.
~By Jerry Seinfeld ~


What NPR did, I'm very proud of, and what NPR stood for is non-racist, non-bigoted, straightforward telling of the news.
~By Ron Schiller ~


Why something in the public interest such as television news can be fought over, like a chain of hamburger stands, eludes me.
~By Jimmy Breslin ~


The reporting of news has to be understood as propaganda for commodities, and events by images.
~By Christopher Lasch ~


Newspaper readership is declining like crazy. In fact, there's a good chance that nobody is reading my column.
~By Dave Barry ~


I want everybody in the news business to think of ABC before they go any place else. If it costs us an extra few thousand dollars to do that, what does it mean?
~By Roone Arledge ~


I had a financial page to write in the Mail on Sunday where I'd give tips on shares. I worked there for two and a half years. Nothing compares to the burst of energy felt on a newsroom floor when a big story breaks.
~By Adam Faith ~


Not every programme dealing with issues of global significance has to be fronted by last week's winner of Have I Got News For You-but I suppose you might be wrong.
~By Jonathan Dimbleby ~


People realized that they could come on Fox News Sunday, and they would be well and fairly treated.
~By Brit Hume ~


I have a piece of great and sad news to tell you: I am dead.
~By Jean Cocteau ~


The news today that Bush has vowed to veto any legislation that reviews the security implications of the Dubai Port World's potential management of our ports is ludicrous and the entire Democratic Party is calling him to task for it.
~By John Conyers ~


There are two sayings that are familiar in every news room across the country: 1) sex sells; 2) if it bleeds it leads.
~By Armstrong Williams ~


With the newspaper strike on, I wouldn't consider dying.
~By Bette Davis ~


Sometimes we read or hear too much news that makes us fearful or suspicious of others. We can forget that most of the people that we know, or at least encounter regularly, are decent and friendly.
~By Adrienne Clarkson ~


If the breaking news story had to do with hard news, politics specifically, I had a lot to do with it. If it had to do with music, Kurt Loder was more involved.
~By Tabitha Soren ~


But The Same Sea is set precisely in this Israel, which never makes it to the news headlines anywhere. It is a novel about everyday people far removed from fundamentalism, fanaticism nationalism, or militancy of any sort.
~By Amos Oz ~


I think George just nailed the whole thing, the whole time period, the whole look and feel of what that newsroom was like. I did a lot of research for the role and believe me, it's all pretty genuine, down to the very last cigarette butt.
~By David Strathairn ~


You know, the men go to tea houses with the expectation that they will have a nice quiet evening and not read about it the next morning in the newspaper.
~By Arthur Golden ~


One reason I left local news was that I was tired of the constant musical chairs among news directors.
~By Jessica Savitch ~


I started writing and photographing for different publications and finally ended up being the correspondent in South Asia, for the Geneva-based Journal de Geneve, which at one time used to be one of the best international newspapers in Europe.
~By Francois Gautier ~


I listen to XM radio because I can get so many overseas news stations.
~By William Hurt ~


A Swedish newspaper reporter called and said, You've been awarded the Prize. I was quite sure it was a practical joke.
~By Joshua Lederberg ~


Everyone should get their news however they want to and in whatever form they want. I'm not going to sit back in judgment of other people and the way they do it.
~By Jim Lehrer ~


I found out that you could audition by sending a picture of yourself and some information to Newsround.
~By Rupert Grint ~


I hate newspapermen. They come into camp and pick up their camp rumors and print them as facts. I regard them as spies, which, in truth, they are.
~By William Tecumseh Sherman ~


One-newspaper towns are not good because all the surviving newspaper does is print money. They make 25 percent on their money every year, and if they go down to 22 percent, they start laying people off.
~By Pat Oliphant ~


The good news is that, according to the Obama administration, the rich will pay for everything. The bad news is that, according to the Obama administration, you're rich.
~By P. J. O'Rourke ~


But there have been many news reports that water-boarding has been used on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who is one of the major al Qaeda figures that we have in U.S. custody.
~By Jane Mayer ~


I want to democratize business news.
~By Neil Cavuto ~


The current wisdom now is that if the three networks are covering the news the same way the difference is the anchor people. I think that won't be true in the future.
~By Roone Arledge ~


To a philosopher all news, as it is called, is gossip, and they who edit and read it are old women over their tea.
~By Henry David Thoreau ~


During the war, in which several of our embedded correspondents were able to report from moving vehicles crossing the Iraqi desert, the use of technology made news gathering safer.
~By Jim Walton ~


We all read news stories about the difficulties and tensions that the United States has with our allies and even with coalition partners in Iraq, but we rarely read about the good news.
~By Michael K. Simpson ~


There have been many cases in which stars have come to us first to break the news because they knew the pressure was on. They wanted to have it on the air so that they could give their honest evaluation of the situation.
~By Mary Hart ~


We can no longer allow multinationals to parade as agents of progress and democracy in the newspapers, even as they subvert it at the workplace.
~By John J. Sweeney ~


Spreading the news is your duty as a Christian, and there are many ways to do this.
~By Nicholas Sparks ~


I went back to the States and started at a small newspaper in Riverside County, California, covering the police; I was making $280 a week covering the police.
~By John Pomfret ~


I busted out of the place in a hurry and went to a saloon and drank beer and said that for the rest of my life I'd never take a job in a place where you couldn't throw cigarette butts on the floor. I was hooked on this writing for newspapers and magazines.
~By Jimmy Breslin ~


The only way to do news on television is not to be terrified of it.
~By David Brinkley ~


Television news is a delicate balance of serving public good and private gain.
~By Jessica Savitch ~


I read the newspapers avidly. It is my one form of continuous fiction.
~By Aneurin Bevan ~


In the case of news, we should always wait for the sacrament of confirmation.
~By Voltaire ~


I don't think Fox News or Rush Limbaugh need Clinton it turns out. I think there's a hunger out there for - whether it's on the left or right - a more lively and provocative type of political journalism. I think Salon and Fox on the other side have both benefited from that.
~By David Talbot ~


Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.
~By Thomas Jefferson ~


The discoloration is very minimal. I have not turned blue. The extent of skin discoloration is not even remotely near what the news media are saying. It is barely noticeable.
~By Stan Jones ~


With a fascist the problem is never how best to present the truth to the public but how best to use the news to deceive the public into giving the fascist and his group more money or more power.
~By Henry A. Wallace ~


You don't hear things that are bad about your company unless you ask. It is easy to hear good tidings, but you have to scratch to get the bad news.
~By Thomas J. Watson ~


Success is the space one occupies in the newspaper. Success is one day's insolence.
~By Elias Canetti ~


The art of newspaper paragraphing is to stroke a platitude until it purrs like an epigram.
~By Don Marquis ~


A newspaper consists of just the same number of words, whether there be any news in it or not.
~By Henry Fielding ~


We're going to develop - what we want to do is to provide the viewers with what they want from CNN and that is the news. So when people tune in, they'll get the latest news, but they'll also get the biggest story of the day in depth, as CNN does so well.
~By Connie Chung ~


You are welcome to your intellectual pastimes and books and art and newspapers; welcome, too, to your bars and your whisky that only makes me ill. Here am I in the forest, quite content.
~By Knut Hamsun ~


I feel that I belong to the 19th century. Some composers' music is very topical. It almost says, 'This is about what I read in newspapers yesterday.' Not mine.
~By Gordon Getty ~


An American of the present day reading his Sunday newspaper in a state of lazy collapse is one of the most perfect symbols of the triumph of quantity over quality that the world has yet seen.
~By Irving Babbitt ~


Today, especially, when there are so many stations for viewers to choose from, if they want news, they always come to CNN and that's where I wanted to be.
~By Connie Chung ~


The paramedic called the press and sold me like a loaf of bread. This was news, and he wanted to be the one to report it.
~By Charlie Sheen ~


There is a certain comfort in waking up and finding that Michael Jackson is still the Big Story. At least it tells you that nothing horrible has happened in the world that would force them to move on to real news.
~By Pat Sajak ~


I think the bottom line for me and for Newsweek is that there were a lot of - we did retract this specific matter about the Koran and the toilet for the reasons that you just cited.
~By Michael Isikoff ~


Frankly, no newspaper is set up to monitor for cheats and fabricators.
~By Howell Raines ~


My point is cutting spending shouldn't be reliant on the debt limit though. It's something we have to do. The good news for America is, leaders in both parties, the president, believe that we have to have significant deficit reduction. So the intent is there. And I think what America is going to demand is that our leaders come together.
~By David Plouffe ~


The reason why I've been keeping private for the longest time ever here, I've always wanted to protect my wife's privacy. I don't like - I didn't want to put her picture all over the news. I just wanted to keep her private.
~By Michael Schiavo ~


At the White House, everybody works for the same person. They're all part of the same company. But on Capitol Hill, they're all independent contractors. They all work for themselves. That's a formula for getting news.
~By Bob Schieffer ~


American boys should not be seen dying on the nightly news. Wars should be over in three days or less, or before Congress invokes the War Powers Resolution.
~By Evan Thomas ~


Ideological warriors whether from the Left or the Right are bad news for the bench. They tend to make law, not interpret law. And that's not what any of us should want from our judges.
~By Charles Schumer ~


They pulled Resurrection out of the theatres, so it was running in New York and I was nominated for the Oscar and there was no ad in the newspapers to say it was running. So it was literally killed.
~By Ellen Burstyn ~


In revealing the workings of government that led to the Vietnam War, the newspapers nobly did precisely that which the Founders hoped and trusted they would do.
~By Hugo Black ~


The advertisement is the most truthful part of a newspaper.
~By Thomas Jefferson ~


They are words you don't easily forget: I don't have good news.
~By Joel Siegel ~


The first duty of a newspaper is to be accurate. If it be accurate, it follows that it is fair.
~By Herbert Bayard Swope ~


I draw a weekly comic strip called Life in Hell, which is syndicated in about 250 newspapers. That's what I did before The Simpsons, and what I plan to do for the rest of my life.
~By Matt Groening ~


In that sense, when a Bush or a Gore, or whomever, goes on David Letterman, that's the news, too.
~By Frank Rich ~


We like to engage in a normal publishing effort, which is to act in a responsible manner and make sure the material is not likely to harm anyone, that it is properly investigated by quality news organizations, and by lawyers and human rights groups and so on.
~By Julian Assange ~


If you tailor your news viewing so that you only get one point of view, well of course you're going to think somebody else has got a different point of view, and it may be wrong.
~By Peter Jennings ~


When we make a mistake, it becomes front-page news. We don't need any reporter telling us how badly we played.
~By Willie Stargell ~


In the little hall leading to it was a rack holding various Socialist or radical newspapers, tracts, and pamphlets in very small print and on very bad paper. The subjects treated were technical Marxist theories.
~By Agnes Smedley ~


The great sadness of my life is that I never achieved the hour newscast, which would not have been twice as good as the half-hour newscast, but many times as good.
~By Walter Cronkite ~


Somebody once said I had a face for radio and a voice for newspapers.
~By Jerry Springer ~


The recent history of Ukraine is replete with dead journalists, beaten journalists, news agencies being shut down, and politicians being injured or killed. Most are killed in mysterious auto accidents.
~By Bob Schaffer ~


Suddenly the whole imagination of writing and editorial and newspaper and all these presumptions about who am I reading this, and who else other people may be, and all that, it's so grimly brutal!
~By Robert Creeley ~


I've done it with Broadcast News-where there was no finish line, there was no agenda that I had to move all the characters to this point, that I was sort of open to what happens.
~By James L. Brooks ~


I will say I remember the best thing in terms of publicity was being on the cover of Newsweek.
~By Vanna White ~


And the big issue here, I think, is that the publisher took over the editorial pages, a guy named Jeff Johnson. He's an accountant from Chicago, doesn't know anything about what newspapers are supposed to be about, and he made a decision to get rid of the column.
~By Robert Scheer ~


Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for President. One hopes it is the same half.
~By Gore Vidal ~


I have to watch the news or my day is not complete.
~By Patricia Clarkson ~


When you're in the news business, you always expect the unexpected.
~By Helen Thomas ~


Local television news, on both radio and television, is so appalling. Makes print journalism look like the greatest stuff ever written.
~By Robert McChesney ~


I think a lot of people in television news look at the cable networks with great envy.
~By Chris Wallace ~

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